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Metal roofing panels, also known as standing seam metal roofing panels, is a concealed fastener roofing system. It comes in a variety of roofing materials, including copper, galvanised steel, zinc, aluminium, and silicon-coated steel.
With a standing seam metal roofing system, you never have to worry about re-roofing again. Standing seam provide many benefits such as:
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Standing seam metal roofing is a concealed fastener roofing system with vertical or trapezoidal legs separated by a flat space. Standing seam roofing is one of the industry's most durable and weather-tight roof systems. The metal roof panels can be clipped to the roof decking or attached directly to the standing seam fastener.
Sudbury Metal Roofing is a roofing company in Greater Sudbury that specializes in standing seam metal roof installations for residential, commercial, agricultural and industrial properties. If you need a new standing seam metal roof, we have self-locking and mechanically locking panels in a variety of colours. Standing seam metal roofing is well-known for its aesthetically pleasing design and long-lasting durability.
Standing seam metal roofing is a popular choice in Sudbury, ON because it comes in a range of styles and colours (the length, shape, thickness, and profile of the panels are all customizable). Standing seam metal roofing is also popular due to its architectural profile. It has a sleek and modern appearance. You can also order the panels in custom colours to match your decor.
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What is a standing seam metal profile? The panel profile refers to the shape and how the panels are seamed together. Sudbury roofing contractors will help you decide which profile is best for your building. The decision is influenced by factors such as the roof type and pitch, architectural features, surroundings and weather conditions. When it comes to a standing seam metal roof, there are three main types of roofing profiles: Snap lock, mechanical lock and nail strip.
There are several types of snap lock profiles, but they all share one feature: the metal roofing panels snap together on one side. Our metal roof installers secure the panels to the plywood deck using a clip that locks underneath the panel. When the panels are longer than 40 feet, we use float clips, which enables the metal to expand and contract. The best thing about a snap-lock or click-lock standing seam system is that no manual or mechanical seaming is required.
There are two main types of mechanical lock profiles: single lock (90-degree seam) and double lock (180-degree seam). Both profiles are roll-formed with edges that are aligned. The metal panels can be locked together manually or mechanically. Whichever way it’s done, the edges are bent and the two panels are fastened together. Mechanical seamed panels have a hidden clipping system and have great wind load capacity.
Nail strip (also known as nail flange or fastener flange) is a type of metal standing seam system. It's made up of flat panels with raised ribs, resulting in long, clean roof lines. Unlike a snap lock panel, which is clipped to the roof deck, the nail strip is hooked directly to the deck through the male leg. Once the panel is in place, the female leg snaps on-top to hide the fasteners. This system replaces retainer clips while also concealing the fasteners.
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